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Common Core will face challenge under new Republican majority

Lawmaker says House may have enough votes to repeal guidelines

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Herd cracks College Football Playoff poll

The Marshall football team’s wait for a spot in the College Football Playoff rankings finally is over.

The Thundering Herd, which has been in the Associated Press sportswriters’ top 25 since the eighth week of that poll, joined the ...

Photo: Workers clear mounds of leaves at Capitol
Photo: Workers clear mounds of leaves at Capitol

Workers from RSG Landscaping of Big Chimney clear mountains of leaves from the state Capitol grounds Tuesday. They removed seven large truckloads the day before.

Community briefs for Wednesday, Nov. 26

The South Charleston Public Library will be closed Thursday through Sunday for the Thanksgiving holiday. The library will reopen at 9 a.m. Monday.

Charleston mayor’s son set to appear in court next month

Zac Jones, the son of Charleston Mayor Danny Jones, is set to appear in South Charleston Municipal Court next month after being cited for drug possession.

The younger Jones, 25, of Bays Drive in Charleston, was arrested Nov. 10 after police...

FBI seizes nearly $28,000 from W.Va. gambling club

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Federal authorities have seized nearly $28,000 from an allegedly illegal gambling operation in Martinsburg.

A complaint filed Monday says the FBI seized the funds as part of an investigation into illegal gambling....

Police warn holiday shoppers of thieves

Chief says rise in drug use to blame for increase in vehicle break-ins

Holiday papers to be combined

The Thanksgiving newspaper will be a special combined edition of the Charleston Daily Mail and the Charleston Gazette.

The paper will feature contributions by both the Daily Mail and the Gazette — including news, sports and feature...

Commission approves prosecutor’s staff members
Commission approves prosecutor’s staff members

The Kanawha County Commission formally approved the hiring of two new staff members for the Kanawha County Prosecutors’ Office at the request of Prosecutor Chuck Miller.

Don Morris, who was the special prosecutor overseeing domestic...

WVU FOOTBALL: Morrissey, Cyclones endure long season
WVU FOOTBALL: Morrissey, Cyclones endure long season

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — This is the end of another long year at Iowa State, one that may see the Cyclones lose 10 games for the second time in seven years and finish without a win in the Big 12 for the third time since the league formed in 1996....

WVU FOOTBALL: Trickett misses practice, but no decision on starting QB

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett did not practice Tuesday. His coach expects the senior will practice Wednesday, but that’s not guaranteed and a decision about who will start Saturday will have to wait....

MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Western Kentucky looks much like 2012 Herd team
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Western Kentucky looks much like 2012 Herd team

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — For Marshall’s football team, looking at game film of Friday’s opponent, Western Kentucky, could be like looking through a window back in time.

The Hilltoppers score a ton of points. Their 41.9 per game...

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